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Realities of the Reign of Mohammed VI: An Eloquent Assessment and Promising Prospects despite the Pressing Call for Government Change

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Lahcen Hammouch
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Lahcen Hammouch is a Journalist. Director of Almouwatin TV and Radio. Sociologist by the ULB. President of the African Civil Society Forum for Democracy.

Over the years, the reign of Mohammed VI was distinguished by notable achievements, demonstrating a strategic vision and a commitment to Morocco’s progress. However, these advances are all the more remarkable given the ongoing challenges within the government and the unaddressed demands of the people.

1) Visionary Diplomacy: King Mohammed VI succeeded in redefining Moroccan diplomacy by expanding international partnerships, opening new horizons despite political challenges.

2) Conflict Resolution: American recognition of the Moroccan nature of the Sahara testifies to the diplomatic success of the king, even in the face of complex political issues.

3) Regional Power: Morocco’s effective security policies, despite government inaction, have strengthened its position as a stabilizing regional power.

4) Resurrected Economic Growth: The launch of the Mohammed VI Investment Fund has stimulated economic growth, demonstrating the capacity to generate positive initiatives despite government inertia.

5) Strengthened Social Protection: The proactive response to the social impacts of the pandemic shows increased attention to social needs, even in the absence of significant government action.

6) Education and Social Development: Major educational initiatives highlight the royal commitment to social development, compensating for government shortcomings.

7) Active Social Dialogue: Faced with unresolved demands, the king maintained an active social dialogue, emphasizing his attentive listening to the people, in contrast to government inaction.

Call for Government Change: However, the inaction of the current government, led by Aziz Akhannouch, has sparked growing concerns. If immediate changes are not made, a popular anti-Akhannouch revolution appears imminent, jeopardizing the country’s political stability. The king must act quickly by revising his government to meet citizen expectations and avoid a major political crisis.

Originally published at Almouwatin.com

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